Klopman presents 20 new fabrics at Düsseldorf’s A+A FAIR 2019

 MSK2721Klopman, European leader in the production of fabrics for workwear, is presenting more than 20 new fabrics across four different categories (greenwear, workwear, protectivewear and new finishes) at this week A+A fair in Düsseldorf from 5-8 November

Among all some of the most important creations are: fabrics out of the Greenwear range in recycled polyester/TENCEL blend, synthetic fibre extracted from wood pulp; the range of stretch fabrics that stretches both in the direction of the weft and of the warp; the first high-visibility fabric made with polyester and TENCEL, new flame-retardant fabrics and fabrics made with prints and embossing techniques that allow new graphic and colour combinations.

GREENWEAR

The Greenwear range, made to comply with the most stringent sustainability criteria, is one of the most distinctive developments made by the company in recent years. It is now enriched with 3 new Showstar, Oxford and Helford fabrics, made with recycled polyester and, in the case of the latter two, also with natural TENCEL fibre.

WORKWEAR

The Workwear range is enhanced by the new Weavex stretch fabric, made from 100 per cent polyester and characterised by the exclusive ability to stretch in the direction of both weft and warp and then return without change to its original, characteristic condition, which guarantees maximum comfort and adaptability to the most diverse industrial uses.

PROTECTIVEWEAR

The company launched a Luminex 10CL version composed of 50 per cent Polyester and 50 per cent TENCEL. Within the same category, Klopman presents the Tecstone flame-retardant fabric, with marked multifunctional characteristics in the industrial sector and with Hydrofoil finishing that makes the fabric repellent against water, oil and chemical sprays, for a resistance and reliability without compromise even with intensive use.

NEW FINISHES

Klopman is presenting two fabrics which can be customised with any kind of print, thanks to two new printing and embossing techniques. This guarantees companies can choose a wide range of combinations of colours and graphics, for personalised results to meet any branding or aesthetic design requirements.

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